If you are a part of the skater community as well as a sneakerhead, you must have known how popular Vans is, right? This is one of the most reputable brands specializing in manufacturing skating shoes. Their products’ price is often affordable, however, there are still some Van kicks that can make you break the bank. Here are the top 5 most expensive Vans shoes you should know.
Vans X Golf Wang Old Skool
First debuted in 2015, the shoes was the result of the collaboration of Vans and a famous hip hop artist – Tyler the Creator. Tyler himself is an avid skateboarding enthusiast, and if you are his fan, you will notice him rock a colorful pair in his music videos.
The Golf Wang tag is an anagram of his rap collective Wolf Gang. True to his fashion sense, the Golf Wang Old Skool sneakers are very colorful, employing shades of blue, orange, and green. If you are the experimental type when it comes to fashion, then this is a nice pair for you to give your style an artistic touch. A pair goes for $390.
Vans SK-8 HI Notchback
In fashion, the camouflage print is one of the most versatile patterns that go well with a variety of wear. Vans took note of this fact and came up with the SK-8 HI Notchback, which is a high cut sneaker.
The sneaker’s camo pattern takes on a beige hue with the iconic Vans line being prominent on its side. At $480, this is a collectors’ item that most sneakerheads would want to have a pair decorating their galleries.
Vans Mountain Edition ‘Fear of God’
The Vans Mountain Edition sneaker is a fascinating clash between modern and retro styles and has a look associated with basketball shoes. It is a decent street style pair of shoes that you can also use to grace the basketball court or skate park.
The Vans Mountain Edition is red, with ‘Fear of God’ white prints on its dark parts on the side. At $500, you can own this unique pair of high cut sneakers.
Vans X Public Enemy SK-8 HI SL
A timeless classic that still holds its place among the elite Vans releases is the Vans x Public Enemy SK-8 HI SL sneakers. It is a product of the collaboration between the shoemaker and the 90s conscious hip hop group Public Enemy.
This sneaker features the group’s colors; red, black, green, and yellow, with its logo standing out majestically at the heel of the boot. You have to dig out $500 to have these PE-inspired kicks.
Vans x Fear of God Era 95
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Vans joined hands with Fear of God, another streetwear apparel brand to come up with the Vans x Fear of God Era 95.
It is simple but have an edge of uniqueness courtesy of the Fear of God print on its front pad. Its laces too bear the prints. At $1150, it is the most expensive Vans shoe of all time.